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1991) ‘The discourse pragmatics of NP-initial sentences in Breton’, in Fife and Poppe (1991): 275–310. Wagner, H. (1959) Das Verbum in den Sprachen der britischen Inseln, Tübingen: Max Niemeyer. Watkins, T. and Mac Cana, P. (1958) ‘Cystrawennau’r cyplad mewn Hen Gymraeg’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies, 18: 1–25. Zeuss, K. (1853) Grammatica celtica, Berlin: Weidmannsche Verlagsbuchhandlung. —— (1871) Grammatica celtica . . Editio altera curavit H. Ebel, Berlin: Weidmannsche Verlagsbuchhandlung.

However, the noun blwyddyn ‘year’, pl. blynyddoedd, uses the special form blynedd with numerals: dwy flynedd, deugain mlynedd, etc. Though other languages sometimes use singulars 18 HISTORICAL ASPECTS in counting (especially in measurements: five foot three inches), the pervasiveness of the phenomenon in Celtic justifies viewing it as typological for the family. We have now considered quite a number of shared features of the neo-Celtic languages ranging over various areas of grammar. Of course all languages have numerous common features; this is the basis of the modern study of universals.

Cisalpine Celt. ā-stem acc. sg. Pruiam (CIS 119 = CIM 106) beside Transalpine Celt. acc. sg. , RIG L-98 1b8) to nom. sg. g, Cisalpine Celt. n-stem dat. sg. aTilonei (CIS 12 = CIM 13) beside Transalpine Celt. i-stem dat. sg. VCVETE (RIG L-13). There are a fair number of innovations which demonstrate that Transalpine Celtic,13 Goidelic and Brittonic are to be grouped under a single node on the Celtic family tree. , Transalpine Celt. gen. sg. paullias (RIG L-98 1a12) to nom. sg. paulla (1a10) beside OIr.

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